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cate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. streets are starting to be blocked off and a stage is set for tomorrow's big parade honoring the world champion san francisco giants. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. city officials tell us they expect 1 million people.
but this time the ticketer parade falls on halloween. cara liu is live where the stage is set for a long celebration. >> reporter: a lot of preparations under way all day. night now even at this late hour a lot of excited fans wearing a lot of orange and black. even a dog wearing a panda costume in the crowd here. a bunch of people trying to take pictures and take it all in before tomorrow's frenzy. >> reporter: die-hard fans are already out here at city hall with blankets staking out a front row seat. >> i think to be a great view. i'm a season ticketholder. >> reporter: balloons and banners went up. workers spent the afternoon lining the parade rout with barriers and posting ho parking signs on and around market street. san francisco -- posting no parking signs on and around
market street. >> we haven't had problems knock wood on halloween night for a while. >> reporter: officers will only have a few hours between is the parade and halloween celebrations. >> we're also looking to have fire extinguishers in every police vehicle. >> i'm excited for the parade. >> we're asking everybody please take b.a.r.t., take nummi, walk, take a bike. i think it will probably cost us a couple of 100,000.
but most is being covered by the giants. >> reporter: the preparations well under way for tomorrow's parade and celebration as you can see a lot of excitement still out here tonight, live cara liu, ktvu news. more details now on getting to that huge party. muni, b.a.r.t. and caltrain will add service. one more note market and mission streets will be closed from the embarcadero to ninth street until 5:00 tomorrow night. if you can't watch the parade in person, you can watch it on ktvu news. you can also watch it live on our mobile apps. a rush for tacos offered for free. the world sere reu profession motion that packed fast food restaurants today. we catch up with the giant star
-- the world series promotion that packed fast food restaurants today. you will also be hit in your pocketbook. you will not just be criminally prosecuted. in the case you damage city buses, city buildings that we will go after you civilly as well and seek restitution and damages. >> police arrested 35 people sunday night. so far the district attorney's office says it is prosecuting eight of them all eight are san francisco residents. authorities say more prosecutions are possible. police could not confirm today if anyone has been arrested for setting a muni bus on fire. ktvu obtained this visit row shot by a man who says he witnessed the muni bus vandalism. police say they are looking at pictures and video showing up
on social media to identify the man. police used their phones to video tape someone breaking into the front of the muni bus. it's the second shark attack on a surfer in california. the attack happened at bunkers surfboard. that's what happened to the surfer's board. that bite mark there is unmistakable. a man on the beach said the surfer was able to get out of the water on his own but was bleeding profusely. >> he was really gashed up. he had serious gashes from his nipple down to his hip. he was definitely bleeding out pretty good. >> reporter: the surfer was taken to the hospital where he
underwent surgery. he remains there tonight. it was last tuesday that a surfer died after he was attacked by a sharp off the santa clara coastline. the storm's massive footprint has left at least 50 people dead and a huge some surge has caused widespread flooding. tonight more than 8 million people are without power. countless others had to be rescued from their flooded homes and many of them don't know when they will be able to return. this is what it looked like in new jersey where waters stranded hundreds of cabs. the storm continues to move north where residents are bracing for more potential problems. it's hard to process just how much damage this storm has caused. even though it's now weekend, it remains dangerous. craig boswell brings us a
firsthand look at the damage. >> reporter: there's search and rescues ongoing in new jersey this evening. there are 2.5 million people just in the garden state without power and the temperatures are dropping. it is a very cold evening and these effects are ongoing. >> reporter: president oh baa ma warning that sandy is still pounding parts of the country. >> it is still moving north, there are still communities that might be affected. there's still risks of flooding, still risks of down powered lines, risks of down winds. >> reporter: sandy made land fall last night millions are without power and 17 states with no concrete table as to when the lights will come back on. >> during irene it took eight days for full restoration for hurricane sandy it may take
longer. >> reporter: the new jersey governor chris christie took a tour of the destruction and consoled home openers that lost everything. >> very difficult day, very difficult day. >> reporter: new jersey is not the only state recovering today. officials are saying the worse is behind them. >> it's the beagaining o a process we all know will take a while but this is the end of the downside and hopefully from here is going up. >> and you heard governor christie he said nothing prepared him for what he saw when he got out to tour the damaged area. he will do the same with president obama. all right, thank you craig.
from new jersey we go to our weather center our chief meteorologist. what's the situation now with that massive storm. >> the storm is still massive. the worse is over. that tial surge, the big surf of last night that's when the real problems happen. we're going to see continued sunshine. over the next 24 hours it makes it way into eastern new york. it is massive, it extends from chicago south, northern atlanta, norfolk and maine. look how big that thing is. continued problems especially if you're trying to fly in and out of any of the major hubs out of the united states in the next few hours and into the united states. we'll see you back here in a little bit. despite the extensive damage from sandy the new york stock exchange is set to reopen
tomorrow. right now workers are running through an extensive testing of the stock exchange systems in the home that they can flush out any problems. the stock exchange was closed yesterday and today due to that storm. the last time weather closed the stock exchange for two consecutive day was 1888. air travel to the east coast is slowly resuming following the cancellation of 16,000 flights in recent dayings. the stormy weather stranded hundreds of thousands of travelers. laguardia won't reopen for some time due to excessive flooding there. and sfo we talked with travelers who have been rerouted. >> the flight was from hong kong to new york, that was rerouted so i took a flight out to san francisco. >> los angeles, san francisco, chicago then london. >> reporter: elsewhere
passengers are now able to get to reagan and washington, d.c. and to boston's logan airport. pg & e crews from across northern california are heading north to help reenergize communities without power. the áf in all more than 60 pg & e units are expected to help. most of our local crews will work with edison and west chester county. the red cross says 20 volunteers have been sent out. the national guard is sending out six helicopters and para- rescue the teams to help. and president obama has cancelled another day of campaigning while romney says
he plans to resume tomorrow. it's a delicate dance for the two candidates. >> reporter: both president obama and mitt romney must be leaders yet not play politics with the disaster. >> i think president obama could be benefited from this. >> reporter: uc berkeley political science professor lin says voters even now are not paying a great deal of attention to the campaign on tv. sandy could change that. >> this is the kind of news event that will turn voters on. they'll be watching the news, they'll see the candidates but will see obama acting as president. >> reporter: the vice president tried to reenforce that imagine. >> i've never seen a guy so focused. >> reporter: governor romney turned a campaign rally in ohio into a storm relief drive. >> romney is in a tougher situation. he has to appear like he's not campaigning and yet he still
needs to be in the news. >> would you eliminate fema if you before president? >> reporter: romney was peppered with questions of his plan to end fema. >> if mistakes are made, people will note them and it could hurt them. >> reporter: what would sandy's impact be on the election pundents on the days after the election. it could take historians months, days or years to truly sort out. more than 100 tenants could be evicted from their floating homes. we'll tell you what the redwood city planning commission will do. new questions tonight about
new at 10:00, for years the rent has been cheap and the location good. the city commission is considering the future of pete's harbor. what's at stake for the people who live there, ken wayne has the story. >> reporter: the planning commission is still meeting at this hour behind closed doors trying to figure out the future of pete's harbor and how it might affect the people who live there. it's been a fixture for more than a half a century.
pete's harbor has been home to people living in their boats on rvs. >> we did this originally to try it out for a year, we've been here for seven years. >> if everybody is ejected there'll be 488 people out of 86 boats and 40 people out of 20 recreational vehicles. >> the people who live at pete harbor heaven have been able to give their input into what happens to them. it's only been the developer and landlord who have given their input. >> i feel for a lot of the people but it's time to move on. >> reporter: paula is the widow of pete bucheli the founder of pete harbor she also owns the land. >> i do have to move myself after 44 years of living there. i do have a feeling, you know it's going to be hard. >> reporter: bucheli wants to sell to a developer to build
400 housing units on this site. she says the people signed a contract that they would have to move. >> there's 22 marinas right now in the bay area that have vacancies that have live aboards. >> reporter: if the planning commission approves the development construction could begin next year and the residents would have to be out in january. a decision here in redwood city may not happen until midnight. live in redwood city, ken wayne, ktvu news. tonight sheriff deputies are investigating the death of a 58-year-old man who died in a martinez jail after a deputy shot him with a taser. the man became physically combative with deputies around 12:30. a deputy tased the man who was then put in a cell. when deputies went to check on
the man at around 2:30 he was unresponsive. he was take to the contra costa regional hospital. he was brought to the jail by pinol police. the alameda sheriff's department is looking for isaac bauer who is considered at risk. the teenager suffers from schizophrenia and depression. there are fears he may try to kill himself. he was last seen wearing a red shirt with a black vest and black pants. he escaped from a mental health center in san leandro on saturday. there's a new development tonight involving a growing scandal at the port of oakland over the spending of private money. the investigation raised questions for charges. port checktives claim they were entertaining clients but today those supposed clients told us
port officials died. an executive with hyundai showed no employees were even in houston at the time. the situation reflects poorly at leadership at the port. >> there's no accountability, there's no transparency. >> reporter: top port officials were placed on paid leave during the investigation. aáelgss that the husband -- accusations turned into allegations that the husband of a candidate. >> for the past several weeks we've had many complaints from people in this neighborhood that lawn signs would disappear from the yards and end up in
this trash can in the park. >> reporter: supporters shot video of herr era disposing of a wynn campaign sign in a park. then they showed video derollo says he shot of wayland confronted at the same park disposing of the same signs. >> who the [ bleep ] are you. who the [ bleep ] are you. get away from me. >> even said i have a knife right here. he reached down below waist and made the swiping motion at me. i stepped back. >> reporter: he claimed he got scrapes from being pushed to the tpwroupbd before being blinded by the camera -- ground before being blinded by the camera light.
>> i have to admit i blustered and said, get away from me i have a knife. >> reporter: in san jose, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. temperatures today were slightly cooler than yesterday. we had a lot of fog this morning. there's fog out there right now. tomorrow the morning fog is there and then the clouds increase. then we have a shot at showers, big day tomorrow. we have the parade, we'll have it here on channel two then we also have the halloween for the kids. here we go into wednesday morning, rain north. clouds and low fog at 7:00 a.m. watch what happens as we get closer to noon and 1:00. the front starts to move on shore. we're seeing sprinkles just north of petaluma toward the forestville area. these showers headed our way as we head into the halloween evening. the parade is fine.
showers for your halloween forecast. i will clock this through the halloween period. we'll see you back here at 10:45. a group of nudist bared all outside of san francisco city hall to protest their right to public nudity. the proposed band would be discussed in committee on monday where nudity is not allowed. the promise of high fashion for less. >> yeah, i looked at the little red tag. >> why shopping
a major announcement today in the entertainment world disney is buying bay area based lucas film for $4 billion. george lucas and disney ceo bob eiger signed the deal today. lucas says the deal allows him to retire and that disney will provide a good solid home for his employees. he also says star wars fans don't have to worry. disney is planning three more episodes. >> we got a plan for seven, eight and nine which is the end of the trilogy. other films also that can go on making star wars for the next 100 years. >> reporter: disney will also acquire sky walker sound. and lucas digital arts in the presidio. employees we talked to said they're excited about the deal. they said pixar maintained its
independence after being bought by disney. the deal still needs the approval. as matt keller reports more than 100,000 people in the south bay alone have already cast their ballots. >> reporter: for most people voting is a private personal thing but for this family it's a chance to show their daughter. >> she gets to exercise it when she grows older. >> reporter: patty and his wife voted early in the last election and like most families with kids planning ahead is a safe bet. >> i wouldn't want to wait until the last day because you know, you don't know what happens if she has a lot of home work that day or she's not well. >> reporter: 28% of vote by mail ballots have been turned in. that's more than 169,000 votes already cast. and this may surprise you. more than 817,000 people are registered to vote in this election.
that's about 29,000 more than the historic 2008 presidential election. >> the state launched the online voter registration and that has been tremendously successful. we've had thousands and thousands of registrations as a result of that. >> reporter: michael yost isn't your averaged voter. the mountain view native is registered in california but as a navy helicopter pilot, he's hardly home. >> after seeing the iraqi people under a lot stricter penalties of voting that they would still turn out to the polls in droves that it would be very hypocritical of me not to show up to my own country to vote. and we have more information, just go to
we have developing news tonight out of santa clara where police say a stand off with a bank robbery suspect has just come to an end. the stand off started this afternoon. police evacuated about a half dozen people from the apartment building as a precaution. police say it all began this afternoon when a man robbed the bank of the west on business circle in san jose. police negotiators made contact with the suspect at the prune
ridge apartment complex around 8:00 tonight and he finally surrendered to officers. outlet malls are a way to shop your favorite brands without dropping too much catch. but gasia mikaelian finds some pitfalls may have you spending more than you bargained more. here's tonight's special report. >> i got two pair of shorts, i got some bandos. >> reporter: nancy lu has cruised by the outlet before her cruise. >> these were 29 and then $9. deal of the day. >> reporter: she came ready to load up. alexander florez came specifically for something. >> i came to find a dress. >> reporter: what did you buy? >> some shoes. >> reporter: why did you buy them? >> be careful, outlet shopping isn't the bargain people think it is. >> reporter: yaro says despite
what the price tag tells you. >> it would be rare to find a really you know great super huge bargain at an outlet mall today like you did five years ago. >> reporter: according to yaro the recession left a glut of high end merchandise at the market. now by some estimates more than 80% of all the merchandise at a typical outlet mall is made particularly for those outlet stores. yaro says although the prices are cheaper so too is the quality. >> i didn't know that, that's really surprising. >> reporter: one way to know what you're getting is to examine the label. for example this is the regular banana republic label. but look at these three diamonds under the brand. they tell you these brands were made specifically for the banana republic store. we asked how much of the
merchandise they should expect to find and we got this response. the stores have two different design teams. all shoppers look at prices. >> i like the bargains, i go for where the bargains are. >> i really like them and i saw the price i liked them even more. >> reporter: bargain shoppers often get too wrapped up in mark downs. >> i think it's part of the reason why so many people have closets full of clothes and nothing to wear. because they are just buying something based on price not necessarily because it's something that they really wanted to get. >> reporter: shoppers can't buy good deals at outlets. >> free people is one of my favorite brands but sometimes it can be a little expensive. i got this and it was only $88 now i got it for $39.97. >> that same shirt is full price on the free people website. the lowest price we could find
was $53.99. fourteen dollars more than what durant paid. but we also found plenty of merchandise that was about the same price you would find at the outlet storeless. people spend more than when they think they're in save mode. yaro says put all that aside, look only at today's price and ask yourself, do i want it, do i need it? it's that kind of judiciousness she says that leads to spending less while feeling more successful at shopping. adding one perfect thing is better than a bag load of almost. gasia mikaelian, ktvu channel
-- ktvu channel 2 news. the hospitals say they will be open with replacement nurses on five day contract sos that means the strikers can't -- contracts so that mean it is strikers cannot return until next tuesday. the raley's supermarket chains agreed to hold off on implementing their new contract offer. instead the company is set to meet with union negotiators tomorrow. the west sacramento grocer says 40 of their stores are losing money that's why they want to freeze employee wages for two years and eliminate pay for sunday shift. the employee union authorized a strike yesterday. you may have noticed gas prices are falling and they are expected to continue dropping. the huge spike we saw earlier this month seems to be coming to an end. gas buddy also says a gallon of
regular should be in the high $3 range soon. there is a $30 million snag in the 49ers stadium financing plans. the state has reportedly nixed a deal between the team and santa clara county. it would have allowed some of the money to be diverted to schools. california's department of finance said the agreement was made after redevelopment agencies were dismantled. construction on the stadium is expected to continue. the city of lafayette is moving to revoke pacifico massage parlor after a woman was arrested there under suspicion of prostitution. back in may the city passed a law requiring all massage practitioners be certified. a warning tonight about racoons, the precautions being taken in one neighborhood after several attacks. and i'm back here in just a few minutes, we have the halloween forecast.
there's unfamiliar dizziness or light-headedness. unusual pain in your back, neck, jaw, one or both arms, even your upper stomach, are signs you're having a heart attack. don't make excuses. make the call to 9-1-1 immediately. learn more at womenshealth.gov/heartattack. the u.s. coast guard says it is intercepted a boat packed with marijuana off the coast of southern california thathappened late today. three suspected drug smugglers were also arrested. a helicopter first spotted if boat. a pair of coast guard boats later kaug -- caught up with
the suspected smugglers. oakland police say steven buggs seen here shot and killed 34-year-old lester young. buggs reportedly believed young was having an affair with his girl friend while he was in prison. the father of a teenager who was shot by police in june has filed a lawsuit against police. the 14-year-old was killed after he was shot by police. a scuffle ensued after a gun fell out of his waistband. the lawsuit alleges the shooting was the result of racial profiling by police. in news of the world tonight in columbia, six police officers were killed in an ambush. officials say they suspect rebels were responsible. the government and rebels just started peace talking aimed at ending the fighting that has gone on for some 50 years now
and killed tens of thousands of people. in switzerland, ubs has announced it is cutting 5,000 jobs and 3,000 of them are in connecticut. this comes after 500 jobs were cut last year. ubs also announced losses in the third quarter. the bank has been trying to come back after bad investments and a trading scandal. in japan a government audit shows billions of the dollars has been spend on other unrelated projects including a contact lens property. nearly all 340,000 people who were evacuated still don't have permanent homes. the government has acknowledged that it has not done enough. visitors to san francisco's palace of fine arts are being warned to watch out for racoons. in recent weeks the aggressive animals have attacked people
and pets and that has prompted the city's rec and park department to postsigns. >> i know two of the three people attacked by the racoons in the last month. >> reporter: officials say they have contacted a neighbor who was feeding animals at the park and asked her to stop. some people say they want the racoons removed but animal control says legally it is unable to do that. >> hi welcome to taco bell can i take your order. a surprise today at this taco bell. why angel
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ktvu's amber lee joins us with how a giant secured the give away. >> reporter: we went to three taco bell to gauge reaction. the largest turn out was at the redwood city location because the giant player who made it happen was there. angel pagan scored with fans as he took their orders and served up tacos. the restaurant chain promised free tacos today if a player stole a base during the world series. >> and a stolen base. >> reporter: pagan sealed the deal when he stole second base in game two delighting giant fans. >> thank you pagan. >> reporter: pagan a native of puerto rico thanked fans. >> i grew up in a project. and whoever that comes from there and don't think anything is possible they're wrong. if you believe you can
accomplish anything and look at me. >> reporter: outside the line stretched down the street and in oakland the line was long for the drive through as well. >> can we get two of the free tacos please. >> reporter: we found people munching on tacos in the parking lot. most told us the wait wasn't long about 20 minutes. >> is it worth the wait? >> yeah. it's a free taco. >> reporter: one worker told us he was delivering boxes of shredded lettuce so the restaurant there doesn't run out. since it is only one taco per customer some people told us they plan to visit several locations. >> the free taco julie and frank normally costs $1.29. the promotion ended at 3:00 p.m. today. taco bell estimates they gave out millions of the tacos today. >> many people there knew they were giving away the free tacos
and wanted to see angel pagan. >> and i think taco bell won out on this because many people who were there bought other stuff. >> and i love the fact he said that he grew up in the projects and anything is possible. it was good to hear him say that. larry moore has come back from some very difficult times with the help of his shoe shine stand. but only sunday, vandals badly damaged his stand on new montgomery. >> my heart was broke because all the hard work and effort that i put into it. i just don't understand why people want to go around and tearing up people's personal property. >> the fire destroyed a queen anne chair, $300 worth of supplies and damaged the remaining seat. but here's the good news. friends and strangers are now offering money and a burling game design firm has offered to
rebuild his shoe shine stand free of charge. a san mateo judge has decided that a judge can decide -- more than 350 people have filed claims against pg & e. those who lost family members and homes want punitive damages as well am compensation. pg & e wanted to avoid punitive lawsuits saying the explosion was an accident. a man accused of stealing chips from a casino has been arrested. media tips help led them to acole of palm dale. las vegas police said they recovered about $400,000 in chips. and back east it's still a super storm. it's very large and it's going to continue raining out there and being kind of nasty for a
little bit. let's taebg -- take a peak at the storm as it's spinning. it's covering the eastern third of the country. let's go to the outer band and move this way. about 1,000 miles across and about 1,000 miles down. maybe a little more than that. this is a very, very large storm. that means flights tomorrow are going to be a problem if you're flying to chicago, dallas, all the hubs are going to be jacked around because of the winds, the rain and that system. the headline from that storm are basically over. the flooding along the eastern seaboard. but there will be more rain, there will be more wind as that thing moves off slowly. these are the forecast highs, these are the highs from today. the forecast highs for tomorrow are going to be cooler than these. quite a bit, we're going to see temperatures tomorrow lots of them in the 60s. there'll be a lot more cloud cover tomorrow and that's going to put temperatures down a few degrees. tonight as we move through the evening then fog and low cloud. we have a lot of it offshore. we have a lot of it showing up the last few mornings. evening showers we talked about
that in the earlier hit. as this system moves down the coast it's going to start the rain. heaviest rain will be in the north bay. maybe an inch and a half of rain in the north bay. latest computer model. lunchtime tomorrow, the parade will be going on. you can see showers in the north bay around 3:30, showers move into the bay area around 8:00. so that's sort of the heart of prime trick or treating from pacifica to oakland to point richmond out toward vacaville. you see that line so light scattered showers then it moves into the south bay later on into the evening. there's going to be showers in the area. best bet is going to be not north bay for showers, but also around richmond, also around san rafael, sausalito, san francisco. you're going to get out there and do it any way but it's
going to be kind of drizzly, wet. the forecast for the parade tomorrow looks great. you can watch it right here on channel 2. it's going to be starting at 10:30, and mark ibanez is going to be here talking about it. so forecast highs tomorrow for that are going to be mostly in the 60s, as i said. then tomorrow there you go. some showers drag for that, and it's not raining on the parade but it's not what you want on halloween night. >> my kids are not going to want to pull out the umbrella. >> many bay area people enjoy the most, it's crab season almost. fishermen will be heading out for the recreational fishing season on saturday. they expect another record setting %blñwó
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the wear and tear is clearly visible -- endeavour flew 26 missions. the nba basketball is here now. >> they've been waiting in the winging patiently ready to go. as far as play off predictions not a peep from the top on down when it comes to the warriors. just a we'll show you attitude as the season starts for them tomorrow night down in phoenix. meantime lakers amidst their big cast of characters badly in need of a chemistry lesson. not meshing today at all. one of their newcomers dwight howard had 19 points looking good. but another newcomer steven nash is picked. lakers 14 turn overs. nash held to just seven points and four assists. mavericks some nice work to move it around. marion on the bounce and the dunk. mavericks win 99-91 lakers
never looked in it. some raw emotion on display celtics and heat. ray allen jumped ship to miami. allen hugged doc rivers but garnett refused to acknowledge him. and allen splashes three. chris bosh is just a ball. and a very familiar sight, lebron walks it down do your thing 26 for lebron. celtics made a move late but bosh helps put it away with a slam of his own 120-107. celtics look out of it. the giants they win it all but the a's clearly the most pleasant surprise in all of baseball and one of the major ingredients for the right fielder josh redick who not only led the team in home runs but tonight honored with a gold glove for his outstanding fielding particularly his arm. he called this particular play
his favorite play of the year. gutting down arroyo with a perfect peg. one of his 14 outfield assists. the most for an a's outfielder to win a gold glove well deserved. and dallas braden may have pitched his last game for the a's. put on waivers and has opted to become a free agent rather than accept an assignment to triple a. a return to form considered a little iffy at this point. that is the sporting life for now expect to remind you of our coverage, the parade starts bright and early tomorrow morning and we will take it start to finish no longer, no matter how long it takes. >> it will be going on for a while. >> our coverage is at 10:30 but i'm sure you guys are going to mention that. >> thanks mark. thank you for trusting ktvu